Best Telecom podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Wouldn’t it be great if emerging trends in technology, media, and telecommunications came with a business manual? The user friendly podcast deciphers the business model and operational impacts of the top emerging trends.
 
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Weekly ideas, insights, and tips on management from Harvard Business Review.
 
Get in-depth coverage of business news and trends at WIRED including technology, startups, and Silicon Valley. A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com
 
Get in-depth coverage of business news and trends at WIRED including technology, startups, and Silicon Valley. A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com
 
We tell the unexpected stories of digital disruption. Listen in as Walter Isaacson, digital revolution expert, explores the unknown drama behind some of the world’s biggest digital disruptions, the daring trailblazers willing to think differently, and the lessons learned along the way. Brought to you by Dell Technologies.
 
Welcome to my podcast here I go over interesting news, facts and give opinions on telecoms
 
Join host, Rob Breakenridge, as he offers his unique perspective on the most talked-about stories of the day every weekday afternoon.
 
Interviews and commentary with the leaders in disruptive business technology
 
News Insights and analysis of the Africa Business Landscape across the 55 African Union member States, we cover from an emerging startup to macroeconomic stories. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/africanperspective/support
 
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Rob's thoughts on the bombshell interview Jane Philpott gave to Maclean's magazine where the former cabinet minister suggests that there's much more on the SNC Lavalin affair that Canadians need to learn
 
Bacchus Barua of the Fraser Institute joins Rob to discuss the state of wait times in the health care system in Alberta.
 
We spoke with Armin Navabi, ex-Muslim, secular activist, author, and founder of Atheist Republic. Also joining us was Lois Edwards, board member with the Atheist Society of Calgary and a secular representative with the Interfaith chaplaincy at MRU
 
Fei-Fei Li heard the crackle of a cat’s brain cells a couple of decades ago and has never forgotten it. Researchers had inserted electrodes into the animal’s brain and connected them to a loudspeaker, filling a lab at Princeton with the eerie sound of firing neurons. “They played the symphony of a mammalian visual system,” Li told an audience M ...…
 
Fei-Fei Li heard the crackle of a cat’s brain cells a couple of decades ago and has never forgotten it. Researchers had inserted electrodes into the animal’s brain and connected them to a loudspeaker, filling a lab at Princeton with the eerie sound of firing neurons. “They played the symphony of a mammalian visual system,” Li told an audience M ...…
 
European officials Wednesday fined Google €1.49 billion ($1.7 billion) for more than a decade of abusive practices in how it brokered online ads for other websites like newspapers, blogs, and travel aggregators. This is the third billion-dollar antitrust penalty levied against Google by the European Commission, which has fined the company more ...…
 
European officials Wednesday fined Google €1.49 billion ($1.7 billion) for more than a decade of abusive practices in how it brokered online ads for other websites like newspapers, blogs, and travel aggregators. This is the third billion-dollar antitrust penalty levied against Google by the European Commission, which has fined the company more ...…
 
Andrew Leach, energy and environmental economics professor at the University of Alberta, joins Rob to discuss the challenges in diversifying Alberta's economy, a point of contention in this spring election.
 
We'll talk about the new Liberal mortgage plan with Thomas Davidoff Associate Professor (Stanley Hamilton Professorship in Real Estate Finance) and Director of the UBC Centre for Urban Economics and Real Estate at the Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia.
 
After each new horrific mass shooting, an all-too-familiar cycle often plays out: Reporters (myself included) race to attempt to unpack an alleged shooter’s possible motivations by piecing together clues from their social media accounts and online postings before it all gets scrubbed from the internet.…
 
After each new horrific mass shooting, an all-too-familiar cycle often plays out: Reporters (myself included) race to attempt to unpack an alleged shooter’s possible motivations by piecing together clues from their social media accounts and online postings before it all gets scrubbed from the internet.…
 
The college admissions bribery scandal has all the components of a made for TV movie, including celebrity cameos, suspense, and unexpected twists and turns. Behind the broken admissions process and the drama, however, a different educational crisis is looming. According to a 2018 Korn Ferry study, by 2030, there could be a global talent shortag ...…
 
The college admissions bribery scandal has all the components of a made for TV movie, including celebrity cameos, suspense, and unexpected twists and turns. Behind the broken admissions process and the drama, however, a different educational crisis is looming. According to a 2018 Korn Ferry study, by 2030, there could be a global talent shortag ...…
 
Host Walter Isaacson explores the art and the science behind bringing animation to life – on the big screen, on the small screen, and on your computer screen. For more on the podcast go to delltechnologies.com/trailblazers Please let us know what you think of the show by leaving us a rating or review in Apple Podcasts…
 
Host Walter Isaacson explores the art and the science behind bringing animation to life – on the big screen, on the small screen, and on your computer screen. For more on the podcast go to delltechnologies.com/trailblazers Please let us know what you think of the show by leaving us a rating or review in Apple Podcasts…
 
Get a sneak peek at what's in store for the remainder of season 3.
 
In an announcement made last night, two associations were dissolved and major changes implemented. Kevin Kobelka, Executive Director of Hockey Calgary joins the show.
 
Why is it important we come to balanced books before the scheduled 2040? Mathieu Bédard, economist at the Montreal Economic Institute (MEI) joins the show.
 
The internet is an ocean of algorithms trying to tell you what to do. YouTube and Netflix proffer videos they calculate you’ll watch. Facebook and Twitter filter and reorganize posts from your connections, avowedly in your interest—but also in their own. New York entrepreneur Brian Whitman helped create such a system.…
 
The internet is an ocean of algorithms trying to tell you what to do. YouTube and Netflix proffer videos they calculate you’ll watch. Facebook and Twitter filter and reorganize posts from your connections, avowedly in your interest—but also in their own. New York entrepreneur Brian Whitman helped create such a system.…
 
A former white supremacist & neo-nazi,Brad Galloway, now a fourth year criminology student shares his story.
 
Author Irshad Manji discusses this theory in her new book, “Don’t Label Me.”
 
On October 27, 2012, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote an email to his then-director of product development. For years, Facebook had allowed third-party apps to access data on their users’ unwitting friends, and Zuckerberg was considering whether giving away all that information was risky. In his email, he suggested it was not: “I’m generally ...…
 
On October 27, 2012, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote an email to his then-director of product development. For years, Facebook had allowed third-party apps to access data on their users’ unwitting friends, and Zuckerberg was considering whether giving away all that information was risky. In his email, he suggested it was not: “I’m generally ...…
 
How big of a deal is the Callaway situation? Does this really matter to the Kenney campaign? Duane Bratt, PhD, political scientist and professor at Mt. Royal University joins the show.
 
The first five days or so of SXSW in Austin are always dedicated to the “interactive” portion of the festival. The city’s downtown streets swell with lanyard-laden “entrepreneurs” and “founders” wearing that familiar uniform of T-shirts screen-printed with their company’s clever logo, an outfit made professional by throwing a blazer over the en ...…
 
The first five days or so of SXSW in Austin are always dedicated to the “interactive” portion of the festival. The city’s downtown streets swell with lanyard-laden “entrepreneurs” and “founders” wearing that familiar uniform of T-shirts screen-printed with their company’s clever logo, an outfit made professional by throwing a blazer over the en ...…
 
Mike Harding at Hewlett Packard Enterprise talks about some of the joint solutions between HPE and Microsoft on the storage side.
 
Angela Kokott, Alberta Party Candidate for Calgary-Mountain View joins the show.
 
Two federal ministries are investigating potential violations of privacy laws after government officials shared details about a Postmedia news story and the journalist pursuing it, with representatives of Irving Shipbuilding. David Pugliese of Postmedia joins the show.
 
Last spring, Chris Cox, the chief product officer of Facebook, was promoted to also oversee Whatsapp, Messenger, and Instagram. It seemed, at the time, almost like succession planning. If Mark Zuckerberg were to ever leave the company, Cox, his longtime confidante, and a representative of the engineering and product side, would be set up to run ...…
 
Last spring, Chris Cox, the chief product officer of Facebook, was promoted to also oversee Whatsapp, Messenger, and Instagram. It seemed, at the time, almost like succession planning. If Mark Zuckerberg were to ever leave the company, Cox, his longtime confidante, and a representative of the engineering and product side, would be set up to run ...…
 
Sites like Google, Facebook etc. are being encouraged to stop the anti-vaxxers for spreading their views. Also, several of the world’s leading CRISPR scientists and bioethicists are calling for a global moratorium on editing human genes that can be passed on from parents to children. Dr. Arthur Caplan, Medical Ethicist, Drs. William F. and Virg ...…
 
Ali Rizvi, author of "The Atheist Muslim: A Journey from Religion to Reason" joins the show.
 
Stephanie Carvin, Assistant Professor of International Affairs, National Security Issues, Terrorism, Critical Infrastructure Protection, International Law, Humanitarianism, and Foreign Policy joins the show.
 
Hockey Calgary is expected to announce the changes to the association boundaries March 18. One ass. The Saints in the NE has put together a counter-proposal asking Hockey Calgary to leave their association alone – pointing out significant changes would go against the founding principles set out by Hockey Calgary. Bob Betteridge, President of Ca ...…
 
5G is coming, and with it a massive boost in bandwidth that will feed artificial intelligence applications, enable the long fabled Internet of Things, and deliver more streaming video. Lots of streaming video. But all that extra bandwidth won't be much use if the average consumer can't afford a 5G connection, or if those connections are hobbled ...…
 
5G is coming, and with it a massive boost in bandwidth that will feed artificial intelligence applications, enable the long fabled Internet of Things, and deliver more streaming video. Lots of streaming video. But all that extra bandwidth won't be much use if the average consumer can't afford a 5G connection, or if those connections are hobbled ...…
 
Is the new Canada Food Guide too expensive for the average Canadian? A new report from Dalhousie University suggests it is. Simon Somagyi, PhD, Arrell Chair in the Business of Food, School of Hospitality, Food & Tourism Management, College of Business & Economics at the University of Guelph joins the show.…
 
Estimates suggest a global hit of $17m/day that Boeing planes are grounded. Eventually that money has to come from somewhere. We'll take a look at potential long-term effects with Marvin Ryder, Assistant Professor of Marketing at DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University.
 
A wave of antitrust interest is washing over Europe and much of the United States, and Spotify is riding its crest. The Swedish audio-streaming giant lodged a complaint against Apple with the European Commission on Wednesday, accusing the company of abusing its position as owner of the App Store to stifle competition.…
 
A wave of antitrust interest is washing over Europe and much of the United States, and Spotify is riding its crest. The Swedish audio-streaming giant lodged a complaint against Apple with the European Commission on Wednesday, accusing the company of abusing its position as owner of the App Store to stifle competition.…
 
More on the proposed ban of cell phones in public schools in Ontario from Dr. Jacob Barkley, Professor of Exercise Science at Kent State University.
 
According to a new paper, provinces must create a ‘New Canadian Partnership’ for trade. Ian Brodie, political scientist at the University of Calgary and Stephen Harper’s former Chief of Staff joins the show.
 
Gábor Lukács, founder and coordinator of Air Passenger Rights joins the show.
 
The Liberals blocked JWR from telling “The Rest of Her Story”. The party voted against an opposition request to let her speak. Michael Cooper - Conservative MP for St. Albert – Edmonton Member – Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights.
 
So, it finally happened. A leading American politician has said aloud what many have whispering: it’s time to break up Big Tech. Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren just fired the opening salvo and called for the federal government to take action: “Today’s big tech companies have too much power— too much power over our economy, o ...…
 
So, it finally happened. A leading American politician has said aloud what many have whispering: it’s time to break up Big Tech. Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren just fired the opening salvo and called for the federal government to take action: “Today’s big tech companies have too much power— too much power over our economy, o ...…
 
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